The Saticoy Club 2000's
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2000's

2008 Saticoy Spotlight - 109th SCGA Amateur

The home of SCGA President, Bob Lowe, becomes the first Ventura County course to host the SCGA Amateur Championship. The cover and featured article in Fore Magazine includes a Saticoy Country Club history and the special holes to watch during the tournament.

Serving The Community

Rally For The Cure The SWGA hosted their first annual Rally for the Cure in 1996 with Rally Ambassador Diane Perez. The SWGA was honored by a Susan G. Komen Research Grant in their name in 2012.

First Tee

It is still all about the people. Continuing to host charitable events to serve the needs of many, Saticoy Country Club began hosting The First Tee in 2012.

The Best - Then and Now

The SCC golf course designed by William Park Bell in 1963 was a classic course for the modern era. It was also extraordinarily complex and challenging. So much so that it was placed on Golf Digest's 1967-1968 list called Americas 200 Toughest Courses. Over the years, the course had been refined and defined by such notable golf architects as Robert Muir Graves and Tom Doak. In 2004, a Master Plan was created by John Harbottle III, who was responsible for creating the classic capes and bay style of bunkers that exist today. Forty-five years later in February of 2013 the Saticoy Country Club Golf Course made the 100 Greatest Courses listed by state. It ranks No. 10 in the state of California. Great golf, then and now.

April 2018 Five gentleman from Brentwood Country Club purchased SCC and rebranded the Club renaming it The Saticoy Club.